Invisible Girlfriend and Invisible Boyfriend apps designed for the annoyed singletons to make their family and friends fool consistently asking for their romance.
The newly emerged apps will virtually send romantic text messages and even voicemails but not sexts to the users, however, the relationships are FAKE at all but would definitely zip up the lips of those making fun of your singlehood.
The apps, currently available as a private beta versions in the US and Canada, are created by a St Louis-based company claimed on its website, ‘Invisible Boyfriend gives you real-world and social proof that you’re in a relationship – even if you’re not – so you can get back to living life on your own terms.’
100 text messages, 10 voicemails and even a handwritten letter, are reportedly included in the monthly subscription. Moreover, the users can share photos and tell a believable back story to their friends through the apps.
Interestingly, the apps are designed as co-founder Matt Hoffmann was newly divorced and tired of feeling pressurised to date, Daily Mail reported.